AGNES: The Breakthrough Anti-Acne Treatment You Haven't Tried

Acne affects people differently, but we can all agree on one thing: It’s no fun. The lumps, bumps, and redness can also be quite difficult to treat, leaving some individuals with symptoms recurring well into middle-age. In fact, up to 50 million Americans develop acne in any given year. These are just some of the reasons we’re thrilled to offer AGNES anti-acne treatment to our clients. In addition to minimizing ongoing symptoms, it can guard against future outbreaks, while reducing the appearance of existing pitting and scars.

Learn much more by contacting Laser & Vitality Institute. We’d love to help you get on the path to an acne-free complexion.

How AGNES acne treatment works

AGNES is a pretty revolutionary acne treatment. The cutting-edge microneedle uses radiofrequency to destroy particular glands that produce oil within your skin, without damaging surrounding tissue. Because oil fuels acne symptoms, this process can make recurrent flare-ups a thing of the past.

What happens during AGNES acne treatment

During AGNES acne treatment Dr. Devera performs three steps, including:



How you’ll feel after AGNES acne treatment

Each AGNES acne session takes about 30-60 minutes, after which you should feel pretty normal. Because the treatment is only minimally invasive and the needles used are extremely small, significant side effects are highly unlikely. You may notice some amount of redness, swelling, or scabbing after your treatment, but these symptoms tend to diminish on their own within one to two weeks.

How many AGNES acne treatments you’ll need

Each person’s skin needs are unique, but Dr. Devera typically recommends two to three AGNES treatment sessions. You may need a bit more or less, depending on the severity of your acne symptoms. Because AGNES actually destroys oil-producing glands, the results can last indefinitely. Less than 10% of people with acne who have AGNES treatment experience a flare-up following their last session.

AGNES acne treatment versus other treatments

A range of acne treatments is available, from medications and lasers to photodynamic therapy. Though these options are sufficient for some people, none of them prevents future flare-ups or minimizes scarring the way AGNES does. AGNES is also less likely to cause side effects such as hepatosis and severe skin irritation compared to various other acne treatments.

To find out if you’re a good candidate for AGNES acne treatment, contact Laser & Vitality Institute today.

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